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Best things to do in Toronto

Centro commerciale
“Covering two downtown city blocks and boasting more than 230 stores in a bright and airy retail space, the Toronto Eaton Centre welcomes millions of Canadians and international travelers every year, rivaling the CN Tower as the city's top tourist draw. The shopping centre has undergone extensive upgrades since 2010, including the addition of an impressive modern food court and brand-name stores like Victoria's Secret and Michael by Michael Kors. In 2016, Nordstrom and Uniqlo joined the retail lineup. ”
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Galleria d'arte
“Major exhibits from all over the world are hosted in one of Toronto's most beautiful buildings.”
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Aquarium
“This aquarium has quickly become a must-do activity for visitors to the city. Captivating for all ages!”
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Neighborhood
“The perfect place to stock up to cook a great meal. Get some sourdough bread at Blackbird Bakery, vegetables from Augusta Fruit Market, cheese and olives from Global Cheese, seafood from Hooked, and meat at Sanagan's. Cap off your trip with a drink at Thirsty & Miserable, or Ronnies Local 069.”
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Museum
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“Toronto's main museum for art, culture & natural history. It is one of the largest museums in North America and the largest in Canada.”
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Farmers Market
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“It's a street market but indoors. It's a little of the old of Toronto. They have everything there from arts and crafts to gourmet food. It's a lovely place to spend a little of your weekend. ”
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Neighborhood
“Cobblestone streets line 19th century buildings hosting shops, indie restaurants, bars and galleries. A must visit for any visitor to the city.”
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Baseball Stadium
“Torontonians still affectionately call it the Skydome. Check out a Jays game or take a tour of the stadium.”
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Monumento/meta turistica
“A trip to Toronto wouldn't be complete without taking in the views atop the CN Tower.”
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Parco
“Huge 161 hectares of mixed recreational and natural park, with sporting facilities, cultural facilities, educational facilities, gardens, playgrounds and a zoo. One third of the park remains in a natural state, with a rare oak savannah ecology. 2 Subway stops away.”
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Monumento/meta turistica
“We recommend going to the revolving restaurant for lunch to take in the views over Toronto while you eat.”
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Neighborhood
“Casa Loma is a great place to see some medieval artifacts and enjoy some history! In the day, this castle has a walking tour of all the rooms and dungeons and even the towers and the garden! At night they have a cool steakhouse called Blue Blood that sits inside one of the grand rooms. In October they host a really cool Haunted house that is great to visit. Worth checking out while staying in the hood! ”
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Parco
“You're not a true West End Torontonian until you spend a Sunday afternoon in Bellwoods. Grab some friends and a blanket and spend the afternoon here, with a couple hundred soon to be friends. The Dog Bowl, an off leash park within the park, always provides entertainment, and there is a great kids playground and splashpad on the edge of the park. Baseball fields and Tennis courts are also available for free.”
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Hotel
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“For an evening out that stretches into the wee hours, share tantalizing appetizers and sip on martinis. Head upstairs to stargaze, enjoy a meal with friends and relish in the open air.”
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Neighborhood
“Jog , walk, chill, relax, waterpark, playground , families and more , seems like every week some even or entertainment at the park( LOOK FOR THE WHITE SQUIRREL GOOGLE HIM) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
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